Blanchester Schools eyes enrollment surveys


Blanchester School administrators hold a working luncheon on Monday reviewing parents’ enrollment surveys for the second semester. Superintendent Dean Lynch indicated 116 students requested switching from virtual learning to in-person learning, and 38 requested to switch from in-person to virtual.

Blanchester School administrators hold a working luncheon on Monday reviewing parents’ enrollment surveys for the second semester. Superintendent Dean Lynch indicated 116 students requested switching from virtual learning to in-person learning, and 38 requested to switch from in-person to virtual.


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Blanchester School administrators hold a working luncheon on Monday reviewing parents’ enrollment surveys for the second semester. Superintendent Dean Lynch indicated 116 students requested switching from virtual learning to in-person learning, and 38 requested to switch from in-person to virtual.

Blanchester School administrators hold a working luncheon on Monday reviewing parents’ enrollment surveys for the second semester. Superintendent Dean Lynch indicated 116 students requested switching from virtual learning to in-person learning, and 38 requested to switch from in-person to virtual.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/11/web1_Blan-Pic.jpgBlanchester School administrators hold a working luncheon on Monday reviewing parents’ enrollment surveys for the second semester. Superintendent Dean Lynch indicated 116 students requested switching from virtual learning to in-person learning, and 38 requested to switch from in-person to virtual. Courtesy photo